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Finnish Fiddle Tunes for Two

This is a collection of 41 irresistible Finnish melodies and harmonies in varying moods, styles, and tempos. Here you will experience a compelling selection of humpas, menuets, polkas, polskas, schottishes, waltzes, etc.


Finnish Fiddle Tunes for Two Basses

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Finnish Fiddle Tunes for Two Cellos

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Finnish Fiddle Tunes for Two Mandolins

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Finnish Fiddle Tunes for Two Violas

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Finnish Fiddle Tunes for Two Violins

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Tunes in this Collection...
“Angen Var Gron”
“Antin Mikko”
“Bjorneborgarne’s March”
“Ellin Polka”
“Esse-Schottis”
“Finnish Polska”
“Finska Polkan”
“Flikuleeri”
“Gammel Torsin”
“Grannas Bastu”
“Heili Karjalasta Humppa”
“Hej Katariina”
“Hoijakka”
“Hoompa”
“Jarvilan Sotiisi”
“Jeppolat”
“Jonk Oppi Bergen”
“Kalle Rantanens Polka”
“Katrilli Suomusjarvelta”
“Koiviston Polska”
“Lampaan Polska”
“Mansikka”
“Matalan Torpan Balladi”
“Menuett from Oravais”
“Menuett from Tjock”
“Metsakukkia”
“Moriusmarssi”
“Nyholm Arturas Polka”
“Papillan Pellolla”
“Penttilan Sillalla”
“Pojk Du Ska Rad De”
“Polka in A Minor”
“Polska in G Major”
“Saastopankki Valssi”
“Ta Hit En Fiol”
“Tio Personen Folskan”
“Uljas Polska Fran Vardo”
“Vals Fran Jeppo”
“Viktor’s Schottis”
“Waltz in D Minor”
“Yksin Istun Ja Lauleskelen”

Reviews...

“The tunes are nicely chosen, and the harmonies lovely. If one could listen to some recordings of Finnish fiddling and absorb some of the nuances of style, then these would be a valuable source from which to draw material.”
...Kevin Carr Fiddler Magazine, Winter 2015/2016

“Humppas, jenkkas and ganglats alternate with waltzes, polkas and marches in the latest offering from Deborah Greenblatt. She has chosen 39 charming duets from Finland that will have your beginner students wanting more. The second violin parts are almost as active as the upper ones. The keys don’t stray beyond two sharps and flats and the chord changes appear above the stave.”
...Mary Nemet Stringendo, Journal of the Australian Strings Association Ltd., April 2017
used by permission of AUSTA National Journal Editor

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